Auction lets us all own a little of Les
THE belongings of comic legend Les Dawson are to go on sale.
Former Blankety Blank host Les ( above) died of a heart attack, aged 62, in 1993, but his possessions remained in the mansion he shared with wife Tracy and daughter Charlotte.
Now the £1million property in Lytham, Lancs, has been sold and its contents, including Les’s belongings, will be offered to fans at a special sale at a warehouse in Blackpool.
Items set to be sold include the funnyman’s pink, frilly Italian bed, chairs, mirrors and ornaments.
Artwork, including paintings by LS Lowry and convicted armedrobber Larry Rushton, will also be amongst the possessions.
A spokesman for Febland Warehouse said: “Les’s house has been sold and we have been entrusted with the sale of the beloved contents.
“We’re sure everyone would like a little piece of Les.”
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